Two Roads No Limits Hefeweizen

Brewed by Two Roads Brewing Company
Stratford, Connecticut USA
5% · German Hefeweizen · 110 Ratings · Summer Seasonal ·
It also fits his new beer. This hefeweizen really puts the pedal to the metal.No Limits is a fitting name for Two Roads new brew. No Limits (5% ABV) pours a hazy sunny gold. A plethora of tiny bubbles rise to the surface to create a thick creamy head. All that foam grabs the sides of the glass and leaves behind a nice layer of loose lacing. The aroma is sweet and wheaty with hints of banana and clove. The mouthfeel is remarkable. It’s the first thing I noticed when I took my first sip. It is light and cool with loads of tingly bubbles. I could drink a lot of a beer that goes down so easy. Mmm, so dangerous in such a wonderful way. Thank goodness for the very sessionable ABV! The flavor is slightly sweet and pleasantly wheaty. I especially like the fact that the wheat is somewhat understated. That makes room for the essence of clove and banana and - what’s that? - a whisper of bubblegum to come forth. The finish is clean with nary a trace of bitterness.

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Aroma is one of beer's most complex features. Aroma is propelled by lively CO2 and dampened by pillowy heads - especially nitrogen foam.

Malt
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Hops
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